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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Bradley Handwerger / WWLTV.com Sports Reporter bhandwerger@wwltv.com METAIRIE, La. – Saints defensive back Patrick Robinson wasn’t exactly delaying the game when his second-quarter, fourth-down penalty kept a Tampa Bay drive alive in New Orleans’ 27-16 win. But he was responsible ...

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Old 11-07-2011, 07:03 PM   #1
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Saints coach Payton explains defensive delay of game penalty

Bradley Handwerger / WWLTV.com Sports Reporter
bhandwerger@wwltv.com

METAIRIE, La. – Saints defensive back Patrick Robinson wasn’t exactly delaying the game when his second-quarter, fourth-down penalty kept a Tampa Bay drive alive in New Orleans’ 27-16 win.

But he was responsible for an action that is against the rules, if not a poorly named one.

Saints coach Sean Payton said it’s a rule that has been on the books for only a few years.

“It used to be defensively, you guys might remember, defensive players would try to move to draw a lineman offsides,” Payton said. “It happened a lot in the kicking game ten years ago when teams lined up to punt or kick field goals where periodically a defensive lineman would line up to try to jump.”

Robinson - lined up against the Buccaneers gunner - flinched, trying to draw the player offside.

Instead, the Bucs retained possession, eventually moving to the Saints’ 42 before being forced to punt.

“The call is a little unique in that it’s called a delay of game, but that’s the penalty,” Payton said. “You’re not allowed defensively to try to do that.”

Saints coach Payton explains defensive delay of game penalty | wwltv.com New Orleans

I'm so glad we finally got an explanation... that was a very weird penalty to say the least.

Everyone is entitled to be stupid, but some abuse the privilege.

All little common sense goes a long way.
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Bradley Handwerger / WWLTV.com Sports Reporter
bhandwerger@wwltv.com

METAIRIE, La. – Saints defensive back Patrick Robinson wasn’t exactly delaying the game when his second-quarter, fourth-down penalty kept a Tampa Bay drive alive in New Orleans’ 27-16 win.

But he was responsible for an action that is against the rules, if not a poorly named one.

Saints coach Sean Payton said it’s a rule that has been on the books for only a few years.

“It used to be defensively, you guys might remember, defensive players would try to move to draw a lineman offsides,” Payton said. “It happened a lot in the kicking game ten years ago when teams lined up to punt or kick field goals where periodically a defensive lineman would line up to try to jump.”

Robinson - lined up against the Buccaneers gunner - flinched, trying to draw the player offside.

Instead, the Bucs retained possession, eventually moving to the Saints’ 42 before being forced to punt.

“The call is a little unique in that it’s called a delay of game, but that’s the penalty,” Payton said. “You’re not allowed defensively to try to do that.”

Saints coach Payton explains defensive delay of game penalty | wwltv.com New Orleans

I'm so glad we finally got an explanation... that was a very weird penalty to say the least.
It was. I think it is gay, unless he was yelling commands for hiking the ball.
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